Karin Abraham (b. 1977) holds a master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from Ben Gurion University in Israel, where she lived and worked as a journalist for Minerva for many years. She has authored the book “Israel: When the Peace Movement Disappeared.” In the years 2013-2014, she was affiliated with SISA, where she conducted a survey of extreme settlers in the West Bank. Abraham has also worked on extremism in the Middle East as a project manager at the organization Hate Speech International. She regularly contributes with analyses and articles on the Middle East in the Norwegian press.